NameRichard KEELINGE , 7G Grandfather
Baptism5 Nov 1688, Sedgley, Staffordshire, England
Death31 May 1766, Summerhill, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
Burial6 Jun 1766, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England6
Birthabt 1688
FatherWilliam KEELINGE (1652-1703)
MotherEleanor GIBBONS (1660-1732)
1Patience HODGETTS , 7G Grandmother
Birthabt 1685
Baptism16 Apr 1685, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England6
Burial15 Jan 1772, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
FatherJohn HODGETTS (1650-1716)
MotherHannah BAGUE (~1652-1712)
Marriage23 Sep 1710, Pattingham, Staffordshire, England
ChildrenWilliam (-1711)
 Patience (~1712-1778)
 John (~1713-1783)
 Hannah Maria (1716-1790)
 Ann (~1718-1784)
 Diana (1723-1775)
Notes for Richard KEELINGE
of Summerhill, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England9
and later Pedmore Hall

Steward to Lord Dudley and Ward.

England Select Births and Christenings
Baptism November 5, 1688 Richard Keelling [as transcribed] Sedgley Staffordshire, parents William and Ellnor Keelling [as transcribed]

In the 1747 Poll Books and Electoral Registers Richard Keeling [as spelled], gentleman appears as one of three names for King Swinford. For the entire county of Staffordshire a total of 37 names appear. Other names on the Staffordshire list are
John Keeling Richard’s son], gentleman of Himley,
Bradley Keeling [Richard’s nephew], gentleman of Sedgley,
John Gibbons [Richard’s first cousin], Ironmonger of King Swinford,
Benjamin Gibbons [first cousin], gentleman of Tetnall [Tettenhall] and
Thomas Gibbon [as spelled] [first cousin] of Sedgley
Thomas Dudley [Richard’s son in law] gentleman of Tipton.
Nineteen towns are listed, thus there is an average of about 2 names per town. Richard Keelinge and his known relatives account for 7 out of 37 votes for the entire county.

Will dated May 25, 1766. Proved Feb. 10, 1767

from the Story of the Ancient Manor Of Sedgley by E. A. Underhill
Keeling of Sedgley (Descended from Gibbons)
Richard Keeling (second son of William Keeling and Eleanor Gibbons) of Summerhill, Kingwinsford and afterwards of Pedmore Hall, co. Worcester, the lease of which he purchased October 22nd, 1745, baptized at Sedgley, November 5th, 1688: buried at Kingwinsford, June 6th, 1766. Will dated May 20th 1766, proved in P.C.C. February 1st, 1767 (60 Legard). He married at Pattingham, September 23rd, 1710. Patience, daughter of John Hodgetts of Shutt End (She was baptized at Kinwinsford, August 16th, 1685, and buried there January 15th, 1772)

From the Collections of a History of Staffordshire (1889) William Salt
Mr. Keelinge sealed with a lion rampant holding in the fore-paws an escutcheon charged with a cross pattSe fi tehee, impaling a chevron charged with three crescents, being the firms [arms?] of the North Staffordshire Keelings impaling Hodgetts. I presume he was related to his namesake of Brierley who married Katherine Dudley , but I do not know how. He was the second son of William Keelinge of the Lodge, Sedgley, gent., by Eleanor (nee Gibbons) his wife and was baptised at Sedgley, 5th November, 1688. He married at Pattingham, 23rd September, 1710, Patience, daughter of John Hodgetts of Shutt End, sister of John and of the Rev. Thomas Hodgetts, Rector of Kingswinford. He was buried at Kingswinford, 6th June, 1766, " aged 77 " ; and she 18th January, 1772.

Mr. Richard Keelinge died possessed of a considerable estate both real and personal, which, after some litigation, was divided among his co-representatives the Dudleys, Homers, and Briscoes.
Notes for Patience (Spouse 1)
of Shutend, Stafford

Mentioned in her husband’s will.
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